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Found these cleaning out building for someone? What are they off of? I can't find anything that looks like these.
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I am not sure what machine they came from, but I have seen cleats of that basic design referred to as a "Municipal Cleat". For road work I assume?
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Default Re: Lug identification?

As Jeff said they might have been used for road work.I know Sawyer Massey used a flat Cleat/Lug on their steam engines wich i would assume was for road work only conditions?


The Ontario Government had a few of these bigger Sawyer Massey Steam engine's for building and doing road work.This one has the flat lugs on the rear wheels
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